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Celebrate the Year of the Dog at the Yang Sing

Next month sees the Chinese Year of the dog ushered in, with all the usual festivities in Chinatown. The Yang Sing will of course be at the forefront of the action, read on to find out how to get involved…

Published on January 18th 2007.

Celebrate the Year of the Dog at the Yang Sing

Chinese New Year is nearly upon us, giving us all an excuse for another knees up after a grey January. And nobody can get their knees up higher than the Yang Sing, who are running two very special events to wave goodbye to the year of the dog.

First up, Sunday 18th February will see the Yang Sing welcome in the year of the pig in style, with a traditional New Year banquet and traditional Chinese entertainment from Master Chu’s legendary Lion Dancers and ceremonial Fire Crackers.

And of course, from your place in the Yang Sing you’ll be perfectly positioned to view the Chinatown New Year parade.

Tickets cost only £27.50 for a 6 course feast. For more information click here to visit the website, or call 0161 236 2200.

On February 24th, thoughts turn to charity and Coronation Street’s Soapstar Superstar Tupele Dorgu will entertaining diners at a celebrity Chinese New Year in aid of the New Children’s Hospital Appeal.

To mark the beginning of a year long partnership, this evening will include a traditional Chinese banquet, an exclusive auction and entertainment from show band Schwing, as well as an exclusive performance from Tupele.

Tickets for this event are £70 each, with a table of 10 costing £700.

To book tickets contact Liam Nolan on at The New Children’s Hospital Appeal on Tel: 0161 – 276 4601, Fax: 0161 – 276 4241 or Email here

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